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TheMidnightFudge

2k points

3 days ago

Burned so hard he’s scared to use the internet anymore.

TbiddySP

447 points

3 days ago

TbiddySP

447 points

3 days ago

Cellphone seems to spontaneously catch fire.

Wiger__Toods

165 points

3 days ago

It’s gotta have Samsung batteries tho.

Albatross767

45 points

3 days ago

Funny name!! I like

Wiger__Toods

32 points

3 days ago

Thanks lol (if you’re referring to my name) but hopefully he makes it out of this mess and is able to come back to playing

audiblesugar

12 points

2 days ago

Kid could use a driving lesson.

TheSunPeeledDown

105 points

3 days ago

This happened to my little cousin first time he used a mic on Xbox live back in the days of mw2. He shyly got on only to immediately hear someone say they’ll fuck his mom while he hides in the corner to watch. He just sat the headphones down with a scared face and said he didn’t think he wanted to wear them anymore.

MyClitBiggerThanUrD

56 points

3 days ago

People are so crude and vulgar on the internet. I know better though.

HalfSoul30

35 points

3 days ago

Miss MyCliyBiggerThanUrD is a nice Christian lady.

Tommysrx

10 points

3 days ago

Tommysrx

10 points

3 days ago

This is the most wholesome thread I’ve seen all fucking day.

lmidor

16 points

3 days ago

lmidor

16 points

3 days ago

I've found that people are even more toxic on video games. I'm a woman in her early 30s and even I get flushed by the absolute garbage people spew just over a video game.

Sucks for a young kid to have to hear that unexpectedly

Moizsh10

3 points

2 days ago

Moizsh10

3 points

2 days ago

Oh God, sucks even more if they find out you're a woman. And they wonder why they can't get SO's for "some reason."

SaltyVVitch

15 points

3 days ago

I recently made the very bad decision to scare my six year old nephew with the giant spider on VR on a certain game. He just took the headset off and, with a trembling lip, said, "I think I'm going to play with my other toys now." I've never felt so bad.

niibyokeika

2 points

3 days ago

and then you grow up

TheSunPeeledDown

5 points

3 days ago

I mean he was a child so it caught him off guard he’s 20 now and wasn’t scarred for life or anything.

jhbedsole

12 points

3 days ago

jhbedsole

12 points

3 days ago

Deleted on an almost even, high score and an award.

DoYouEverJustInvert

3 points

3 days ago

Burned so hard I myself am scared to use the internet anymore.

mcpat21

3 points

3 days ago

mcpat21

3 points

3 days ago

He rage quit

babyfacedjanitor

5 points

3 days ago

Nothing feels better than burning somebody so hard that they delete their account. I did it exactly once.

JoeMeiners

674 points

3 days ago

JoeMeiners

674 points

3 days ago

Not even going to check if that’s accurate or not as it was exceptionally bold.

mango-sherbert

353 points

3 days ago

he was wrong because the need for greater accuracy is usually derived from the need to measure smaller amounts of the given unit. the bigger it is the less accurate it needs to

streampleas

161 points

3 days ago

streampleas

161 points

3 days ago

That doesn't make him wrong. The need for a micrometer being mostly for small things is entirely irrelevant.

mango-sherbert

41 points

3 days ago

what

NeedNameGenerator

157 points

3 days ago*

Whether you normally use micrometer for small things, or large things, is irrelevant, because the point of a micrometer is to be accurate.

Just because greater accuracy is often required for smaller things, doesn't mean you can't have 10 meter micrometer, because the instrument itself is made for accuracy, not size.

For example, I've used micrometers at work that are intended for 10 cm. Granted, that's not massive, but I can't imagine bigger ones being that rare.

AvengingCoyote

56 points

3 days ago

They used 12" micrometers at my last job. They machined ceramic rollers, where overall length was critical. It was a bitch to use, so most people fought over the surface plate and height gauge.

SelectPersonality

59 points

3 days ago

Yea I dunno what these guys are talking about. Larger doesn't inherently mean larger tolerances. There's tons of relatively large shit that require tight, sub mm tolerances. One could use a micrometer to measure those.

yiffing_for_jesus

18 points

3 days ago

Exactly, airplane parts are large but the tolerance is measured in micrometers

SpaceLemur34

9 points

3 days ago

I've worked as an aircraft engineer for more than a decade, and tolerances are not nearly as tight as you think they are. Certainly not down to thousandths of a millimeter.

Also, the discussion is about micrometers the tool, not the unit of length.

Moist_Sheeets

2 points

2 days ago

I'm not sure where you go that information from, but that's false sir!

123kingme

11 points

3 days ago

123kingme

11 points

3 days ago

I think they’re more implying the opposite. Larger objects doesn’t inherently mean larger errors are acceptable, but smaller does inherently need smaller absolute errors. If you’re measuring something that’s 1 mm, you inherently need something with an error of less than 1mm.

There’s plenty of times where you need much less than 1mm of error when measuring larger objects too, but not always like small objects.

SelectPersonality

3 points

3 days ago

Yea could be, that's not how I read it, but valid nonetheless.

curly_redhead

5 points

3 days ago

This whole thread reads like a conversation from the crowd in Monty python’s life of Brian

FLOHTX

6 points

3 days ago

FLOHTX

6 points

3 days ago

We had 24" digital mics good to .001" tolerance. The longest analog mic was 60" long. Oilfield parts.

definitelynotbeardo

8 points

3 days ago

the instrument itself is made for accuracy, not size

Yeah, that's a great pickup line.

bubziam

4 points

3 days ago

bubziam

4 points

3 days ago

On r/specializedtools someone posted a pic of one about 6 feet across for measuring turbines i think

Brandperic

4 points

3 days ago

The point is to be precise, not accurate. Accuracy is a results of how well you measure something, not a result of the unit.

Drab_baggage

3 points

3 days ago

Accuracy is a results of how well you measure something, not a result of the unit.

Counterexample: Low accuracy due to poor precision

Khaylain

2 points

2 days ago

Khaylain

2 points

2 days ago

That's not really a counterexample. What they said is still relevant, the micrometer is for being precise, not specifically accurate. That is why you calibrate it against a known measurement before using it to be accurate and precise.

Generally for all measurement tools you should recalibrate often when you need high precision and accuracy.

For example, I've got a micrometer that can measure between 50 mm and 100 mm ± 0.001 mm. When I calibrate it with a block that is 50 mm ± 0.001 mm at 293,15 K and see that it shows 50,121 mm on that I know that I'll need to subtract 0,121 mm from any measurement. To be even more precise I'd probably also calibrate it at 100 mm, and if it shows 100,213 mm there I'd generally calculate the offset as 0,121 + ((how many mm from 50) * (0,213 - 0,121)), as that'd give me the linear offset at each point.

But more precisely one would calibrate with a calibration block as close to the measurement you'd need to ensure the uncertainty is as small as possible.

steamedhamsandwich

2 points

3 days ago

"It's irrelevant because I'm going to completely ignore the real life context behind why they exist."

infinitemonkeytyping

2 points

3 days ago

Just did some looking, and found some up to 700mm.

One thing that is small is the range of measurement. A 700mm micrometer will only measure down to 600mm.

readMyFlow

2 points

2 days ago

Well for bigger things we have meter tapes.

SvbZ3rO

2 points

3 days ago

SvbZ3rO

2 points

3 days ago

Except for the fact that a micron or micrometre (10-6) is also called a micrometer (because the US sucks at spelling).

UpdateUrBIOS

7 points

3 days ago

In this case they’re referring to the tool, not the measurement.

WellGradedGravel

2 points

3 days ago

The usage if micrometer to refer the tool predates the usage meter as a unit of measurement by about 120 years. And using 'meter' in the name of a measuring tool is common everywhere, not just the US.

SvbZ3rO

1 points

3 days ago

SvbZ3rO

1 points

3 days ago

I agree with your 1st statement but I don't see what it has to do with my point. Fact remains that micrometer means 2 separate things today. Therefore, the clever comeback isn't all that clever because he was wrong in correcting the other dude about his usage of 'micrometer'.

And 'meter' as a measuring tool is the og English usage. I was deriding US English for using 'meter' instead of 'metre' as a unit of length, thereby causing confusion.

Jointhamurder

1 points

3 days ago

Indeed there are. I've used ones intended for 36" diameters when I worked in aerospace. Here's a link to one: Big Micrometers

I_TittyFuck_Doves

1 points

3 days ago

Not gonna lie, I was really hoping for you to burn him at that end of this reply lol. Kinda disappointed

OwenTheTyley

9 points

3 days ago

This is a micrometer that measures up to 20".

He's not wrong.

Responsenotfound

8 points

3 days ago

What do you mean the bigger it is? Like the workpiece? If so that is wrong. Micrometers are just precision devices with two anvils in a frame. I have calibrated 24" mikes that have ten thou accuracy. I am sure I have done larger but that is the biggest Starrett I can recall.

IIRC the transmissions on wind turbines are hundred thou. Those are huge units that you need a speciality CMM for.

OwenTheTyley

5 points

3 days ago

I love how people are downvoting a machinist (I'm assuming that's what you are) for a technically accurate answer 😍

Houston_Easterbys

4 points

3 days ago

Reddit is stunningly bad for this kinda stuff. I've been downvoted when arguing about something being banned. My argument was that piece of equipment was osha recommended linked it. Was still called wrong.

L3onK1ng

3 points

3 days ago

L3onK1ng

3 points

3 days ago

I think the insertion point accuracy is as critical as it can be with greater volumes.

murder_sickle

5 points

3 days ago

That's simply not true. It absolutely depends on the application. I've had large tolerances on small features that don't matter much and .0001 tolerance on 30" diameters

JUST_CHATTING_FAPPER

3 points

3 days ago

This is wrong. There are huge things with a tolerance of .1mm +- tolerances whilst I’d call this a big tolerance most people would interpret this as very precise tolerances.

jillyboooty

2 points

2 days ago

2mm tolerance window might as well be a mile in my industry.

chrome_titan

5 points

3 days ago

Oh God no, work piece sizes and required tolerances are two different things. Measurement equipment accuracy correlates to workpiece tolerances not size.

Qubeye

3 points

3 days ago

Qubeye

3 points

3 days ago

That's not true at all. Accuracy is necessary on lots of big things. The space station is enormous, but the parts all need to be accurate to a very extreme degree.

It's based on need not size.

MachineLearning2001

5 points

3 days ago

Sorry bro, totally false. Micrometers come in all kinds of sizes, at my work we use micrometers as big as 48 inches.

nastymcoutplay

1 points

3 days ago

Yeah lol this isn’t even a good one

WellGradedGravel

1 points

3 days ago

The degree of accuracy and precision needed in a measurement is a product of the design and use, not the size of what you are measuring.

speedflier

3 points

3 days ago*

https://i.imgur.com/mHaC7OX.png this micrometer looks to be around 7'

EDIT: This one measures up to 10metres. https://www.directindustry.com/prod/microtech/product-161061-1826557.html

and I thought my 8" micrometer was big.

17-6spd-GT

3 points

3 days ago

Mechanical engineer here....it accurate. Micrometers are for precision measurements.

JUST_CHATTING_FAPPER

2 points

3 days ago

It’s correct. There are huge micrometers. example this is a 1 meter one I believe

ModsDontLift

5 points

3 days ago

It's not. How the fuck would any power of a meter not be a unit of measure

BZJGTO

13 points

3 days ago

BZJGTO

13 points

3 days ago

Micrometer is the name of a tool used to make precise measurements. They often look similar to C clamps.

CptSweetCheeksjr

5 points

3 days ago

It can mean either thing depending on the context. Usually you see the measurement abbreviated as μm, and it's a millionth of a meter.

Personally if someone were joking about dick size and then mentioned micrometers I would assume they were talking about the unit of measurement, and not the tool.

ctr1a1td3l

5 points

3 days ago

To me, that's part of what makes the joke clever. He managed to use the other meaning when naturally the first meaning would be on your mind.

verybigbois

5 points

3 days ago

It's also the name of a unit of measurement

SEND-MARS-ROVER-PICS

8 points

3 days ago

Micron is typically used to avoid confusion.

dbarbera

1 points

3 days ago

dbarbera

1 points

3 days ago

People use both. Typically there will he some level of context which would make it so there is almost zero chance of confusing the two.

WellGradedGravel

2 points

3 days ago

He's referring to the tool called a micrometer which predates the use of the metre as a unit of measurement by over 100 years. Sometimes people use the same words to meand different things.

mcpat21

1 points

3 days ago

mcpat21

1 points

3 days ago

He rage quit.

FellafromPrague

142 points

3 days ago

fuck coroner, get the street washing truck.

ColonelSabotage

146 points

3 days ago

Call an ambulance

thetgi

78 points

3 days ago

thetgi

78 points

3 days ago

...But not for me

CorporateCuster

11 points

3 days ago

The Whaambulace.

therandomways2002

78 points

3 days ago

Plot twist -- he was talking to his brother.

Goldstein1997

25 points

3 days ago

Sweet home Alabama

Usman5432

5 points

3 days ago

Cue the banjo music

LiberatedLibero13

3 points

3 days ago

Billy-Bob...oh Billy-Bob! Have you seen your brother Billy-Joe?

Zeolance

3 points

3 days ago

Zeolance

3 points

3 days ago

ROLL TIDE

BeerGogglesFTW

19 points

3 days ago

Fuck you Shoresy!

murder_sickle

8 points

3 days ago

Fuck you, Jonesy. I fucked your mom so hard I thought she was having a seizure but I actually just hit her factory reset button. Can you put my number back in that burner phone I bought her

mojoslowmo

8 points

3 days ago

Fuck you, Shorsey!

murder_sickle

5 points

3 days ago

Fuck you, Reilly! Whenever I fuck your mom she begs to wear a bag over her head so I can test out her gag reflex

hypermark

4 points

3 days ago

Fuck you, Shorsey!

Goldstein1997

73 points

3 days ago

Holy fucking shit he shredded that guy

Elisevs

23 points

3 days ago

Elisevs

23 points

3 days ago

To shreds, you say?

PorkyMcRib

21 points

3 days ago

Small, accurately measured shreds.

DennisX11

2 points

2 days ago

Small and precise enough to measure with, micrometers perhaps?

mkhur1983

24 points

3 days ago

mkhur1983

24 points

3 days ago

Complete destruction

MachineLearning2001

23 points

3 days ago

Lots of redditors who have clearly never used a micrometer are in this thread all the sudden knowing all about them. They aren’t used to measure small things you dolts, they’re used to measure a given size accurately with small graduations. At my work we use micrometers as small as 0-1/2 inch, and as big as 47-48 inch.

murder_sickle

4 points

3 days ago

I don't know how many comments I've read and angrily blew my breath through my nose and thought you probably can't even read a damn mic

Houston_Easterbys

5 points

3 days ago

I've done fab work since I was 16 and this thread is making me madder at reddit than I've ever been.

one_horcrux_short

7 points

3 days ago

F

TheUnSub99

35 points

3 days ago

The micrometre (international spelling as used by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures; SI symbol: μm) or micrometer (American spelling), also commonly known as a micron, is an SI derived unit of length equalling 1×10−6 metre. Source: wikipedia. There's also a measuring instrument called micrometer.

It's a come back, but not a clever one.

lex52485

4 points

3 days ago

lex52485

4 points

3 days ago

I thought this was the wikipedia bot until I got to the end

joyofsovietcooking

4 points

3 days ago

The Wikipedia Bot is likely more fun at parties than OP, too.

PurpleGalea

14 points

3 days ago

Google micrometer. It's an instrument to measure things accurately. Specifically very good for measuring the diameter of something, similar to a Vernier caliper.

TCFi

7 points

3 days ago

TCFi

7 points

3 days ago

It's also a unit of measurement

Lazypotatoes

11 points

3 days ago

It is also a unit of measurement equal to 1/1000th of a millimeter. Some people call it a “micron” as well.

PurpleGalea

2 points

2 days ago

Yep I wasn't disagreeing, but the image in the post is talking about accuracy so I just assumed it was talking about the instrument not the unit

DesimanTutu

5 points

3 days ago

It’s both. It’s an instrument AND a unit of measure. 1/10 of a meter is a decimeter. 1/100 of a meter is a centimeter. 1/1000 of a meter is a millimeter. 1/1,000,000 of a meter is a micrometer. And 1/1,000,000,000 of a meter is a nanometer. I could go on...

Responsenotfound

1 points

3 days ago

Pitch micrometers can go to hell. I am pretty sure no one calculates uncertainty correctly for those.

murder_sickle

1 points

3 days ago

Pitch mics are great if you know how to set them and have an accurate standard for whatever thread pitch you're measuring. If I don't have a go/no go gauge I prefer them over the 3 wire method for checking threads

Slapbox

1 points

3 days ago

Slapbox

1 points

3 days ago

Yeah, because it's a small measurement. Smaller units tend to be more precise, that's the name of the game.

Sure you can measure something quite large to high levels of accuracy too, but that doesn't make this comeback good.

NinjaGrandma

3 points

3 days ago

Micrometer is the generally accepted word for the measuring instrument. We call Micro-meters Microns.

[deleted]

3 points

3 days ago

[deleted]

3 points

3 days ago

That's kinda missleading. Why not call it screw gauge?

SE_SHO_hw

4 points

3 days ago

Annoyingly, IEEE standard is micrometer.

https://ieeeauthorcenter.ieee.org/wp-content/uploads/IEEE-Editorial-Style-Manual.pdf

Most other scientific standards I can think of use micron.

CptSweetCheeksjr

4 points

3 days ago

Wikipedia says that micrometre is the official SI name for a millionth of a metre, and not a micron. From the article it kinda sounds like we only use micron because we have a tool called a micrometer and don't want to get confused.

Info-chodes

1 points

3 days ago

It's because the measure was called micron for 100 years and only changed to micrometer in the late 60s. The entire boomer generation grew up with it one way and change is slow.

Anhydrake

1 points

3 days ago

Who is "we"?

murder_sickle

6 points

3 days ago

American machinists and engineers, or at least the majority I have worked with

Anhydrake

3 points

3 days ago

Cool, good to know!

skullpizza

3 points

3 days ago

Man, you're lucky. All the engineers I work with are still using thousandths of an inch as their small unit of measure. Makes me sad because we are a major measurement device supplier to labs worldwide.

murder_sickle

3 points

3 days ago

Oh, 95% of the time inch is used in whatever unit. The only time anything is done in metric is when the customer sends a metric print. I still convert it anyway though, all my mics are standard.

Krissears

1 points

3 days ago

They are confused about micrometers? Just wait until they hear about mils...

-Iamabeautifulperson

1 points

3 days ago

This part I made with my mill seemed to be a couple of mils out of spec, so I checked with my micrometer, and it was only a couple micrometers out!

campbell92

3 points

3 days ago

campbell92

3 points

3 days ago

Thanks for posting what I came to say. Micrometer is the American spelling of μm.

I wouldn't call this a comeback at all. This is some middle school level shit.

adale_50

15 points

3 days ago

adale_50

15 points

3 days ago

I mean, most micrometers measure small stuff. Under four inches typically.

Brad_030

34 points

3 days ago

Brad_030

34 points

3 days ago

Lol, where did you pull “under 4inches typically” from? Your own experience? Because we use mics from 0-30” every day.

Sorry, this whole thread is just bugging me, lol. I’m sure doctors fucking hate reading Reddit threads!

Sunkysanic

6 points

3 days ago

Facts, it’s infuriating. Which to be fair, I don’t use them on the daily, but I’ve sold plenty of them over the years

murder_sickle

8 points

3 days ago

Yup, I've been a machinist for damn near 20 years and this thread is annoying the crap out of me.

"The bigger the size the less accurate you need to be!"

Fucking what? I'll tell my boss that the next time I have a 22" diameter called out as +/-.001

Or like the comment you replied to, I have 35"-36" mics that aren't used daily but are used regularly

nyarlathotep9

4 points

3 days ago

Any time something machinist related makes the front page, the comments about give me an aneurysm.

murder_sickle

6 points

3 days ago

Usually I like seeing machinist related stuff but I get frustrated when someone who has never set foot in a shop tells me I don't know what I'm talking about or flat out is spreading bad info

FieryCharizard7

2 points

3 days ago

Sounds like a bunch of enginerds to me

Dolphin_McRibs

2 points

3 days ago

Lol everyone hates reading a bunch of threads of stupid people pretending to be smart.

BobaOlive

5 points

3 days ago

Many boxed sets have them up to 12inch/1foot.

We had a couple of 0-12inch sets at the shop I used to work at and they all got used regularly.

RamshackleHunt22

3 points

3 days ago

Ah. The classics are always the best.

sycamotree

2 points

3 days ago

Lmao he got him the fuck outta there

jakethedumbmistake

2 points

3 days ago

How do I delete someone else's comment?

Welcome_2_Pandora

2 points

3 days ago

Fuck you, [deleted], your mom ugly cried because she left the lens cap on last night.

QuestoPresto

3 points

3 days ago

Fuck you Shoresy

hypermark

3 points

3 days ago

Fuck you QuestoPresto. Your mom shot cum straight across the room and killed my Siamese fighting fish, threw off the pH levels in my aquarium, you fucking titfucker.

QuestoPresto

2 points

23 hours ago

Fuck you Shoresy

MITCH_itch

2 points

3 days ago

So he likes his women with bags on their head?

franzkunz

2 points

3 days ago

Finally a worthy r/MurderedByWords post and it’s not even posted there

funnythrowaway7

2 points

3 days ago

.r/MurderedByWords is a political subreddit these days

Edit: this one aswell lmfao

seannnnnn01

2 points

3 days ago

That guy had a family

KemmLK

2 points

3 days ago

KemmLK

2 points

3 days ago

I feel like this belongs to r/MurderedByWords

EverSexyMateo

2 points

3 days ago

Have you ever seen one of those videos where there are two kids fighting and one kid goes to punch another kid? And the the other kid dodges out of the way and the first kid slams headfirst into a pole or a wall or something? Yeah. This is what that is except permanent brain damage is the equivalent of permanent self esteem damage

cdreid

2 points

2 days ago

cdreid

2 points

2 days ago

Holy shit his grandma felt that one

Petalilly

2 points

2 days ago

A great clever comeback

tonraqmc

2 points

2 days ago

tonraqmc

2 points

2 days ago

Oh fuck hahaha!

My actual out loud response when I read this at midnight, alone in house

Narwalacorn

2 points

2 days ago

FINALLY! A post that actually fits on this sub! Well done sir or madam!

eating_toilet_paper

5 points

3 days ago

Mom jokes will never get old, I'm 32 years old and I still yell "ohhhhhhh" like I'm in 4th grade

[deleted]

4 points

3 days ago

[deleted]

4 points

3 days ago

[deleted]

Tender_Scrotum

2 points

3 days ago

Some people are growers not showers.

My penis looks pretty small if I'm not aroused.

FullBlownButtsack

2 points

3 days ago

My pp is 1in soft and 7 hard. It's magic.

DivaniLugatitTurk

1 points

3 days ago

It also takes a jab at their mother's atractiveness and transition is smooth.

DivaniLugatitTurk

1 points

3 days ago

Btw I think it is scripted as hell

Generalissimo_II

2 points

3 days ago

Meh 🤷‍♂️

aw_cmon_baby

3 points

3 days ago

aw_cmon_baby

3 points

3 days ago

good grief this sub is shit

DystopiaCS

8 points

3 days ago

It's a picture of a post from 165 days ago. The guy who deleted his account had 400+ upvotes from the comment. He didn't delete his account because of this comment, it was deleted for some other reason. How is a bad your mom joke and a fake story about the guy deleting his account front page / gilded material? YOUR MOMS UGLY HAHA SO CLEVER!

bipnoodooshup

2 points

3 days ago

I found the person from the poorly censored username and it says the post is 1.8 years old. The reply to it is perfect.

Shadowkabs

2 points

3 days ago

He replied after 165 days

Powershadow24

2 points

3 days ago

THIS is what this sub needs. Not twitter conservative number 52 being called an idiot. Jesus what a fucking putdown.

Yari_Tanri

2 points

3 days ago

And even this is lukewarm let alone a burn. We need a holocaust for redditors.

Powershadow24

2 points

3 days ago

I actually liked this one. It extended the joke the first comment made and turned it around. Pretty clever.

[deleted]

1 points

3 days ago

[deleted]

1 points

3 days ago

[deleted]

chickenwrapzz

1 points

3 days ago

I see my mistake

RoscoMan1

1 points

3 days ago

He’s coming back tomorrow

Twathammer32

1 points

3 days ago

I have a micrometer right in front of me and it measures down to .0001 of an inch. It's a good burn but micrometers can messure small things

lpjunior999

1 points

3 days ago

Fuck you Shoresy!

solisu

1 points

3 days ago

solisu

1 points

3 days ago

it's big burn time

Frank_Dracula

1 points

3 days ago

BOOM!

thatHecklerOverThere

1 points

3 days ago

Beautiful.

daxlzaisy

1 points

3 days ago

So clever they can't use punctuation or spell correctly.

DestinyHasArrived101

1 points

3 days ago

The savagery

Hickelodeon

1 points

3 days ago

Fuck you Shoresy!

Black7057

1 points

3 days ago

You mom

Rutabaga_Repulsive

1 points

3 days ago

I didn’t know Reddit could show images of people dying.

Jerkofalljerks

1 points

3 days ago

Damn he threw away a month of gold!!

rocknrogan

1 points

3 days ago

That has layers!

Mobeast1985

1 points

3 days ago

REKT

Heyits_Jaycee

1 points

3 days ago

F

sectorfour

1 points

3 days ago

THAT MAN HAS A FAMILY!

Go2NASA

1 points

3 days ago

Go2NASA

1 points

3 days ago

jesus

BioCharlatan

1 points

3 days ago

Yeah, not sure what he’s on about. You can measure your dick in metres if you like, it just doesn’t sound impressive

Toadsted

1 points

3 days ago

Toadsted

1 points

3 days ago

So hard you could actually faintly see it.

ThrowMeAwayAccount08

1 points

3 days ago

F

QuarantineSucksALot

1 points

3 days ago

He knows it’s canon)

drb0mb

1 points

3 days ago

drb0mb

1 points

3 days ago

this is what happens when a karma farmer gets off to a bad start

great reply, surely would attract them low hanging fruit upvotes to build that base, but not prepared for the reply that doesn't just "ackchually" it but delivers a similar quality burn right back